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from the vatican. the news even pope benedict didn't see coming. >>> this is bay area news at 7:00. good evening, it's monday, b february 11th. we are following several developing stories for you tonight. we begin in richmond, where one man has been taken to the hospital following a officer- involved shooting. it happened about 5:00 this evening. just minutes ago, we got a update from police. the man is in critical condition. they also say they are still trying to figure out what led to the shooting. but they say the man that was shot did have a gun. no one was hurt. >>> now, a swat team was called to a hotel after a suspected bank robber barricaded himself in one of the rooms. the man robbed the bank of the west in free month earlier today. and in san francisco, firefighters have made quick work of a two alarm fire in a hawaii rise at second and market. the fire got out of hand, the flames were first reported about 5:40 tonight. the fire went out 20 minutes later. it appeared to be on the 5th floor of the building. >>> a commute train slammed into a big rig severing the truck
express surprise tonight after pope benedict 16th 's announcement he is stepping down -- benedict xvi's announcement that he is stepping down. >> reporter: the news came as a surprise to many people. catholics here tell us what they'd like to see a new leader bring to the church. pope benedict xvi made a stunning announcement this morning. the 85-year-old german born pope said fatigue is the reason he's stepping down. his papacy began in 2005. >> wow, this is big news. >> reporter: brother charles hilton teaches history at st. mary's college and says a sitting poem has not resigned in -- pope has not resigned in almost 600 years. >> what a beautiful gesture to say that his own strength is failing and rather than grasp power and hang onto it to the end he's going to let it go. >> reporter: during the nightly mass at st. mary's chapel the pope's announcement was on the minds of those attending services. some hope a new leader will allow the catholic church to reexamine its approach towards hot button issues such as abortion, same sex marriage and the role of women in the church. >> t
president george w. bush's handle of iraq war. . >>> upon retirement, pope benedict will lose the power of his position but retain many of the perks of the pontiff. the vatican announced today benedict will be known as pope and still called his holiness. not unlike former president faming the title of mr. president as a sign of respect, pope benedict will still wear white. he'll also live steps away from his successor in vatican city. >>> the family of a nasa engineer is hoping someone will come forward to help solve smven's murder. it was eight years ago shot to death in his car. the 29-year-old aerospace engineer was just a couple week ace way from marrying the mother of their two children. san francisco police investigators say there are no suspects and no leads in this cold case. the family says their grief has not fade sgld we can't move on. we made this person to be punished for his crime. >> family says their son had no enmys but had gotten into an argument with a man who sold him a used car. >>> gene quan declared rita williams day in the city of oakland. she's been a fixture op
coverage now on the resignation of pope benedict xvi. the pontiff today delivered his final message. he told the crowd that he will take up a life of prayer and meditation to quote continue serving the church. benedict announced earlier this month he will retire february 28th due to failing health. italian news reports says there are more serious reasons for the pope's departure. but many catholics are standing by the catholic church. >> i felt i really needed to be here at church today and pray for the best resolution for our leaders and for the pope. >> although benedict sites failing health, two newspapers say he is leaving to distance himself from a group of gay priests in the -- >>> we'll take you to the greater number -- glitz and glamour. >>> the brother of olympic actor pistorious is also facing legal foes. legal foes. why he's now facing well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by
report at ktvu.com. >>> the seat can announced where pope benedict will list. pop benedict will live in a four story monastery in vatican city. the cardinals are expected to vote on the. >>> up first >>> the carbonated beverage four loko is now required to put an alcohol fax panel on the back of the can and also create a container that can be resealed for double servings. each can contains as much alcohol for four to five standard beers. the drink maker gained some popularity. >>> these pictures come from a gas station on san pablo and el cebrante that was robbed january 30th in a game. authorities say a fast food restaurant was banned. anyone with information on this robbery is asked to call the sheriff's department. >>> test of time. today a time's reporter defended his critical reviews saying his test drive ended when the cook ke ao the times reporter violated three time conditions. must says the reporter took a lengthy detour through heavy manhattan traffic and that the reporter substantially exceeded the freeway speed limit. >> if you do all those three things which we were very
for two more weeks and today pope benedict xvi celebrated his final public mass as the head of the catholic church the move was somber inside st. peter's basilica as pope benedict celebrated ash wednesday along with droves of worshippers. the 85-year-old pontiff told the faithful residing for the good of the church citing his frail health. the church plans to have a new pope in place by easter. >>> attorneys for barry bonds -- williams has been following this case from the very beginning and was inside the courtroom today but one significant player was missing. >> weigh the arguments on both sides here today. >> united states of america versus barry lamar bonds. >> should conviction for obstruction of justice be tossed down. >> mr. bonds was convicted on the basis of a single statement. that statement consists of 52 words. >> that rambling 52-word answer is on the screen now, bonds saying he was a celebrity child with a famous father, his answer to a question whether his trainer greg anderson ever gave him anything that required a syringe to inject himself with. that was par
if it reaches congress. >>> pope benedict xvi delivered one of his last masses. tens of thousands of the fateful gathered to hear the departing pope. an ex week epd will be the final pope. the pope atphoupbtsed he will retire due to failing help. it is the first time -- the pope announced he will retire during the failing help. it is if first mass since he announced he will be stepping down. >> reporter: as the emotionals made it through the pews. some had the question of new leadership on their mind. pope benedict xvi announced their reservation. >> we just have to pray for him and pray for the cardinals. >> reporter: the cardinals are will will be gathering in rome. >> the next pope needs to understand in what we believe and why we believe it. >> even within my family. a lot of us we stepped away from the church. because a lot of us lost faith. >> reporter: candy gonzalez admits today was the first time she's been to mass in years. >> it really broke my heart. i was raised catholic and i feel this is where i belong. i feel like with the new pope thing. >> tom: change. >> there is a crisis of
. >>> the cardinals are meeting at the vatican to the defendant" the vatican announced pope benedict changed church law to allow allow the process to begin without the 15-day wait period. the new pope could begin before the beginning of holy week. cardinal william la veda will take place. they speak with laveda today to see what he anticipates will event. >>reporter: william laveda never thought he would be part . >> it's pretty challenges. >>reporter: he's focussing in seminary. at 76-year-old at former cardinal will be of 115 cardinals who will select the next leader of the catholic church. >> we'll look for a mix of things. i'll look for a younger -- a younger man who still has energy at least for awhile. >>reporter: kindergarten national laveda leaves for roam tomorrow. he needs to rekindle the faith of the catholics. >> better ways of communication, better ways of presenting the beauty of the faith. >>reporter: mike russo of saint marry's college. says the days before the conclave starts they will have informal meetings to decide what they're looking for in a new leader. >> areas of concern co
to pray for me and the new pope. >> pope benedict is the first rope to resign in 600 years, set to meet with cardinals for a final time tomorrow. >>> strong sport for naming the san francisco airport may be looking. >> 61% of city voters say they oppose after naming after the first openly gay politician. he calls the pole out dated saying it was conducted 1 mother ago. >>> tomorrow's mid light is looming. president obamas he remains hopeful something might happen, yet the president and congressional leaders are not scheduled to meet until friday. the white house says those talks are intended to provide a platform to discuss how to limited harmful consequences. senate republican leaders say the talks to a chance to talk about cuts to government spending. >>> do you industrial gain 100 -- dow gained 175 points, endorsing low interest rates on capitol hill. the dow is now 60 points short of the all time high. nasdaq rose 2. >>> according to the national association of realtors, the number of americans signed contracts to buy homes rose 4 and a half% in january from the previous months, the
. >>> at the vatican, pope benedict xvi told thousands of priests once he resigns he will remain hidden to the world. but there are questions whether he will influence the new pope from behind the scenes. benedict's secretary will also run the new pope household. >>> so much for reputation of a city for romance. workers are removing thousands upon thousands of padlocks that couples have placed on a bridge as symbols of their love. the padlocks are a nuisance plus metal thieves tend to damage bridges when they try to remove them say officials. >>> oakley introduced the resolution. right now california drivers are prohibited from texting with hand held devices but can still send voice operated texts. >>> another bay area lawmakers introduced a bill that attempts to curve the illegal dumps of mattresses. the bill would create a recycling program for unwanted mattresses. >>> b.a.r.t. has announced plans for a second phase of its test run allowing bicycles on trains during commute hours. during the first testing phase last august, bikes were allowed on b.a.r.t. all day each friday. now the agency is exp
. they have destroyed the remaining incorrect mailers. >>> in news of the world, at the vatican, pope benedict xvi presided over ash wednesday services. this is expected to be his final public mass before he retires at the end of the month. he was given a standing ovation. the pope asked for their prayers. on the south pacific island of guam, a 21-year-old man went on a rampage killing three people and injurying 11 others. police say he crashinged a car into a building at a resort. then he got out, and began stabbing people. most of the victims were japanese tourists. >>> in the netherlands, this is one of the biggest time of the year for the floral auction. buyers are making bids on a variety of flowers. the auction sells 100 million roses, 100 million tulips, and more than 100 million different types of flowers just in time for valentine's day. >>> valentine's day is tomorrow. we'll explain why it's not just sweethearts who will be getting the sweets. >> the dance craze turning a >>> people around the bay area are working tonight to make valentine's day wishes come true. >> reporter: we spok
. pope benedict xvi is scheduled to step down on february 28th. >>> in other news of the world in kabul president hamid karzai says he will issue a decree banning afghan security forces from asking for foreign help to carry out airstrikes in residential areas. the announcement comes days a joint inside rate in kunar provence can afghan officials say killed ten civilians, including women and children. children. >>> in pakistani city tonight at least 6 apeople are dead and another 180 injures after a bomb ripped through a market. the attack occurred in a predominantly shi'ite neighborhood. police say the bomb may have contained as much as 2200 pounds of explosives and apparently set off by a remote control device. a sun ewe group that carried out a january attack has reportedly claimed responsible for today's attack. >>> and from hong kong, preparations are underway to see the "titanic" sail again. today a representative for clive palmer says a half-dozen people are offering more than a million dollars to get a spot on the maiden voyage. the voyage is expected to happen in 2017. >>> a dol
for starting >>> pope benedict xvi is scheduled tomorrow to give his final prayer. today he came out to spray with the cardinals. meantime the italian media the reporting that the pope's resignation is based on the latest allegations. the vatican today slammed the media for what it calls defamatory falsified reports. >>> in los angeles, cardinal roger mahoney was unflappable as he answered questions under oath today. he was deposed for nearly 3-1/2 hours about his handling of clergy sex abuse cases during his time as los angeles arch bishop. church documents have suggested that mahoney knew priests were sexually abusing children but went out of his way to shield arrest. >>> today french president said france is engaged in the final phase of the fight against militants who are believed to be hiding in a mountainous area. troops from neighboring african nations are scheduled to move in. >>> take a look at this blaze in a fireworks warehouse in china. firefighters say the fire started in a candle company on the third floor of the building then spread down to the ground floor where the fireworks
the name benedict 16. he will continue to dress in a white casket but will give up the red shoes that symbolizing the blood of martyr. >>> musk appeared alongside energy secretary steven chu. the electric car maker received a $465 million loan under the white house's clean energy program in 2010. >>> korea's hyundai has agreed on a settlement. a dollar amount was not disclose. the settlement is believed to cover 1 million vehicles sold in the u.s. hyundai's affiliate kia may also join the settlement. >>> the traffic circle at 23rd avenue and anza was installed a few weeks back it's meant to force vehicles to slow down at the intersection. some drivers say they find it confusing. they say it's more like an ellipse than a circle and has two stop signs. one neighbor we talked to doesn't like the addition to his neighborhood. >> it's just bad idea. it is not enough room for a circle. >> reporter: the city's transportation agency is planning to add several more of these traffic circles throughout the richmond district. >>> state officials say a new $80 million payroll software program
, and for the new pope. >> pope benedict xvi made what is expected to be his final public appearance today before some 150,000 people in st. petter's square. the 85-year-old pope talked about the choppy waters during his papacy as well as the joys. he thanked people for respecting his decision to retire, which takes effect tomorrow. >>> in new zealand, a tv helicopter caught pictures of what is believed to be the same shark that killed a swimmer. the victim is identified as a 46-year-old man, adam strange. police raced out in boats. they don't know if they killed the shark. surfers say it's likely a great white. >>> and in the tiny african kingdom, britain's harry danced for children. the students also taught him some sign language. it is located within south africa. it has one of the highest rates of hiv/a.i.d.s. in the world. >>> this is a bittersweet night here at ktvu as we say goodbye to reporter rita williams, who is retiring after 35 years here at the station. we're happy for rita, but boy are we going to miss her presence in our newsroom. rita is a top notched journalist, and very accompl
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